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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 2 edition (February 23, 2018)
- Publication Date: February 23, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079QD53J3
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #104,865 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jeff vision on his future was something totally different than reality is now. He build himself a beautiful house to live in with his partner.
Now he has his two little children living with him and no partner.... and he is tired so tired.
He needs a nanny and when nanny Donny steps in he finally can breathe. This very qualified man is his savior. He helps him at every front. Take charge of his house and his children.
The mother of his children died after a house fire, she was his best friend and he donored his sperm so she could have children. Now he has them with him. All traumatized by this all.
As head chef of a restaurant there is a wonderful kitchen build in Jeff's home... he makes the most delicious food... and Donny is head over heels... not only because of the food.
The feelings are mutual and they start to be a lovely family...
Until some ex has other plans for the future.
A sweet read build around the two little ones and the two men. How they can live a life together with all the ups and downs. Donny's optimism is something Jeff has to deal with.
Two lovely children and their daddies.
A fast read with a positive vibe, some hard issues but all covered by a blanket of love.
Captivated written, not to heavy, even there are some heavy things going on. I was expecting, and even hoped, for somewhat more drama, specially between both men, but it didn't happened. Everything was with a positive look...and it was good!
Jeff’s life at the moment is on the biggest rollercoaster. He fathered children with his best friend Beth and she recently died in a fire and left the kids with Jeff. Jeff had everything going for him or so he thought when times got bad. His lover/partner Mitch has left him. They had a beautiful home and traveled the world and has love or so he thought. Now that he is a father and not a godfather to Robin and Kimberly he needs a nanny for the kids so he can work and provide.
Donny is a nanny that completed his studies in childhood management but cant land the job. Not because he is a man but because he is gay. Stupid I know. Donny is such a good-hearted and loving man. He has so much to give this family in need. He is exactly what they need. Robin is lacking structure at the moment because his mom is gone and she is all he has known besides his grandparents.
I liked the story and the people as I said. The writing was fluid and concise. I could feel the heat and passion between them even when they never knew if they would have an interruption. Because you never know with kids. I did feel however that there were some things left undone...coughs Mitch. I felt like after everything there was no closure there. Sure they talk about it but I wanted more than what I got.
It had a perfect ending for this little family and I plan to read more in the future from this author.
Donny has a degree in early childhood education and he wants to be a nanny but the facts that he’s a man and gay seem to be hindering the hiring process. When he arrives at Jeff’s door, to the sound of glass breaking and children crying, he knocks and lets himself in to the chaos that he quickly resolves. Basically, he makes himself indispensable to this man who has only recently become the parent to his bestie’s three-year-old son and 12 week-old-daughter. He was the sperm donor, and before she died, after being burned in a house fire, she exacted his promise to uphold her desire to have him raise the children. When Donny shows up and proves how indispensable he can be and then mentions he’s gay, the deal is sealed.
Jeff broke up with his lover and partner of seven years when he inherited the care of the children. The spoiled brat wanted nothing to do with raising children and walked out, without even trying to compromise. Suddenly, he’s asking for the home they shared that Jeff designed and paid for and he’s willing to cause harm to the family if Jeff doesn’t cooperate. He’s such an evil person, this reader wondered how a sweet man like Jeff could have lived with him for seven years and never suspected how nasty he was.
And then there’s the Jeff and Donny crush—occurring pretty early in the story—and though the author has the characters validate how quickly they fell for each other, it’s still not really plausible, especially since Jeff just lost his longtime lover. Much of the balance of the story isn’t really plausible either, but this is definitely a fictional romance and it delivers on both the fiction and the romance.
If you are looking for a light, fluffy, sweet romance that will leave a smile on your face, and you are willing to suspend disbelief, I definitely recommend this one.